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by , 8th June 2013 at 03:07 AM (437 Views)
Well, Korean pop (K-pop for the lazies) has been very famous these days (in my place, to be exact). The problem is that...

Ever heard of LSS? LSS is Last Song Syndrome. Which pretty works out like earworms, but medically named.

Still ever not heard of it?!? Let's say you just heard "Baby" by Justin Beiber (xDD just a randomly picked song dont kill me) and everytime your brain slams the "Replay" button on it. You imagine the song as if you were hearing it from someone nearby (whoever had THAT taste).

Returning to K-pop, well English-language pop isn't a problem, but KOREAN?!?! You brain sings it, but its all jibberish when you materialize the song by singing it. See? You sound xD-ish when you sing it.

Now, not that K-pop is a nuisance, it can be a dilemma to get LSS on it.

--end of argument (or rant?)--

EDIT: BOOM SHAKALAKA! XDD

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Updated 8th June 2013 at 03:20 AM by Voltaire Magneton

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  1. Nyx's Avatar
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    Wow..........







    Fantastic baby.
    Voltaire Magneton likes this.
  2. Kaori's Avatar
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    I certainly don't have any issue with it, but then I have been listening to more Korean than English music for about four to five years now. You get used to it; Korean is no more difficult to pronounce/sing correctly than, say, Japanese, for me, which is also not that difficult if you get used to it. Maybe that's just me, I don't know.
  3. Lugiafanatic's Avatar
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    I can sing ~parts~ of Gangnam style in my head.

    Problem is, when my brain gets to parts it doesn't remember, it switches to Romney Style. .-.
  4. Kyuuketsuki's Avatar
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    Returning to K-pop, well English-language pop isn't a problem, but KOREAN?!?! You brain sings it, but its all jibberish when you materialize the song by singing it. See? You sound xD-ish when you sing it.


    You only need to watch the first 15 seconds, but I think it's a good answer to your question of why people like songs they don't understand.

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